Winthrop Real Estate Sales

Considering selling, buying or investing in a property within Winthrop?  Winthrop is a southern suburb of Perth, Western Australia, located within the City of Melville. Peter Taliangis spends considerable amount of time in Winthrop which makes him a very knowledgeable Winthrop Real Estate Sales Agent.

Originally a pine tree plantation owned by the University of Western Australia, Winthrop has developed into a safe and quiet place to live for families. The attraction for the area includes beautiful well placed beautiful parks, respected schools, close-by hospitals, universities and convenient public transport system.

The suburb has managed to hang onto a bit of its history. There are some reminiscence left of the area’s pine plantation history, the largest of which is located near Winthrop Park.

Here are a few words from Winthrop residents:

Quiet parkside suburb within easy commute of city centre and beaches...”

A beautiful place to live…

Suburb with style…

Simmonds Pde, Friendly, convenient place to live, perfect for families…

– From localvoices.realestate.com.au

Peter has sold and continues to sell houses in the Winthrop area. This keeps him well informed about the area.

Peter has all the latest information about properties for sale and properties that have just been sold which helps him sell your property for more.

Call Peter Today and put his knowledge of Winthrop real estate to the test Ph 0431 417 345 or 9330 5277.

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